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Mozart +

The Voice of Maturity

Sing Handel Mozart Sing

22&23-6-2012 Fri & Sat 8PM
Hong Kong City Hall Concert Hall



Naïs Suite



Rinaldo: Sibillar gli angui d’Aletto



Siroe, Re di Persia: Gelido in ogni vena



Tamerlano: Nel mondo e nell’abisso



Le Nozze di Figaro: Hai già vinta la causa!...Vedrò mentre io sospiro



Così dunque tradisci…Aspri rimorsi atroci



Symphony No.36 Linz


House Programme


Forget the stories about a jealous rival poisoning him. Mozart was admired by his contemporaries and continues to be so by musicians and music lovers to this day. His genius is revealed here in a symphony which, despite being written in record time, bears the true stamp of greatness, and two fantastic arias for the operatic stage, which Mozart regarded as his ideal musical home.

And what of Mozart’s own musical heroes? Handel was his favourite, so what could be more appropriate than to hear some of Handel’s own great operatic arias for the bass voice.

“No praise is too high for Andrew Foster-Williams”, wrote The Independent of our soloist who has made something of a speciality in singing the bass roles from Mozart and Handel, while fellow-Englishman Nicholas McGegan is admired around the world as one of today’s great interpreters of Baroque and Classical music.

Andrew Foster-Williams sings Don Fernando in Fidelio with the HKPO in 2010

Andrew Foster-Williams sings Golaud in Pelléas et Mélisande

Andrew Foster-Williams sings excerpts from Bach's St. Matthew Passion